Ethics in the Digital Domain (Paperback)
Presented in a format to initiate debate and discussion, Ethics in the Digital Domain helps students explore the big questions surrounding the impact of the digital domain on our daily lives. This text covers enduring debates in ethics such as privacy, copyright, libel, consent, surveillance and the necessity for truthful discourse.
Robert S. Fortner is a research professor of communication at the University of Illinois. He has published widely on international communication, global public diplomacy, the history of international media, media ethics, and media theory. He has extensive experience teaching, lecturing, and interacting with media practitioners in various countries around the world from Moscow to Nairobi and Abidjan to Ulan Bator.